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Carbonylation using carbon monoxide: Novasep’s shortcut to complex structures

01 May 2009

Carbon monoxide can be used to transform a wide range of substrates. In the process, the carbon chain is extended and an attractive functionality, a carbonyl group, is added. In many cases, instead of a multi-step synthesis, the targeted product can be obtained in a single selective catalytic step, resulting in a substantially higher overall yield.This is particularly important for long synthesis sequences.

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Authors: Dr Daniela Vasen


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